Edward Grossi devotes his practice to litigating all types of business and personal disputes. He has experience litigating complex commercial disputes, professional malpractice, and consumer-fraud claims. He has had primary responsibility for jury and bench trials in New York and New Jersey in both state and federal courts, and recently obtained on behalf of his client a nearly $1 million judgment following a jury trial. Mr. Grossi also has extensive experience at the Appellate level, having argued before both the New Jersey Supreme Court and repeatedly before the New Jersey Appellate Division.
In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Grossi advises and represents private and non-profit businesses.
Mr. Grossi has also been a guest lecturer at Seton Hall University School of Law on matters regarding legal malpractice and professional ethics. He has spoken at seminars on the issues of attorney liability to third parties and as a rising star of the New Jersey Association for Justice.
He is a member of the New Jersey and New York Bar Associations, Bergen County Bar Association, New Jersey Association for Justice, and is a graduate of the Morris Pashman Inns of Court.